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IES Invinity Energy Systems Plc

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24 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Invinity Energy Systems Plc IES London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 22.75 08:00:27
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
22.75 22.75 22.75 22.75 22.75
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Invinity Energy Systems IES Dividends History

No dividends issued between 27 May 2014 and 27 May 2024

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Posted at 24/5/2024 16:25 by mikemine1
That's a hell of a chunk of money in today's market. You can't say the IES is a slouch at raising money. Normally I groan when I see Governments, especially UK ones, investing in tomorrow's industries. Most of the time it seems to turn out that they have been sold a pup. Remember DeLorean? However, in this case, private money has followed the Government investment so that gives some comfort as II's tend to have more of a clue than our illustrious civil servants.

The question in my mind is what IES is going to do with that cash? I've read their blurb and it sounds good and it does give us some sort of checklist against which we can judge them. Unfortunately we've had quite a few false dawns over the years and I just hope this isn't another one. Bring it off and IES's share price must be valued at £2 plus at some point.

I don't expect a rush of orders in the immediate future but this Q3 would be good.
Posted at 02/5/2024 10:12 by mikemine1
From a company point of view this raise is fantastic in size and price. The FTSE index may be at a high but raising funds for small companies is extremely hard as the Government representative pointed out. The way ahead is now clear, especially with Mistral coming on stream, and well funded.

From a shareholder's point of view, it's a disaster at the moment. I don't see how anyone can argue about that. Will it be a disaster going forward? If IES's plans come off the answer will be no. It will be a huge success as profitability will push the share price much higher.

I am disappointed that no "strategic partner" of the manufacturing type has appeared and that is worrying. I suppose the guys in the Far East who will pay royalties could be considered partners but I was thinking more of the Gamesa ilk.

We are where we are though and, from a new investor's point of view, IES looks a fair bet. It's a world leader outside China and is on the cusp of profitability with a much cheaper (and profitable) new generation. It's now Government backed and has lots of cash to pursue it's business plan.

I'm not happy about the dilution but we've just got to swallow that.
Posted at 02/5/2024 09:59 by 74tom
Yesterday's news was fantastic if you believe in the long term story here. It's very rare to see a UK government body taking a significant equity stake. I believe that this is an early indication of labour taking a more aggressive approach to the UK's future energy strategy, and IES appears to be in pole position to become a national champion. IMO the £18m for LDES projects isn't a subsidy for IES, it's industry support in disguise. In my view, IES has been designated as an investment vehicle for UK LDES projects, and they will provide both the infrastructure & also get recurring revenue from the projects themselves.

If this news makes you angry & irrational then you've simply chosen the wrong investment strategy for a company like IES. This investment derisks the bull thesis substantially & should be a chance to top up, not whinge about how much you paid back in 2021, in a completely different universe as far as funding goes.

Remember Ceres Power hitting £16 on a 2055 DCF of royalty revenue?! They are now at £1.60. ITM at £7? Now at 50p. Both have exciting private partnerships which have done absolutely nothing for them. It's no good complaining about IES management, in revenue terms they've made more progress than those two companies put together.

If IES does indeed become an LDES national champion then there should be significant value appreciation ahead. I'd say the chances of that happening are now multiples of what they were this time last year. Still high risk, so a small portfolio holding, but I'd imagine it will be attractive to a lot more investors now that it used to be.
Posted at 02/5/2024 09:52 by guppygould
Megaman2; Apologies, re-reading my comment, it wasn’t clear what I wanted to say because the wording was tricky. What I meant to say was that it I don’t think that the necessity of contracts being subsidised at this stage should affect confidence of achieving ‘break-even217;. Typically, I suspect that companies usually need to leverage debt for infrastructure projects like Invinity’s at a similar stage of business development. I don’t see the fact that IES have government backing to provide examples of their projects that could lead to commercially viable projects as a negative thing at all. Quite the opposite actually. I hope that is clearer. I agree with your sentiments, mostly I think. I just don't see the government subsidies as a negative thing at this stage.
Posted at 01/5/2024 18:58 by mikemine1
Clearly IES sees a royalty pathway as an important aspect. I think this is aimed at areas outside the US and the UK. I could be wrong there. It would be a capital light expansion, accelerate growth and open up opportunities that are closed to them at the moment not to mention the additional revenue that this route would give them.

Another route is the taking of a portion of projects themselves. Thats quite expensive I would have thought but it would lead to IES participating in any profits the project could be gaining by trading electricity as well as selling the electricity in the normal way. That could be very profitable.

I think I've read that right but feel free to put me right if not.

Clearly the fundraise will give IES more clout and add a confidence in the company that prospective customers would appreciate. If all goes to plan, IES could expand pretty quickly I reckon and become profitable in to the bargain.
Posted at 30/4/2024 12:07 by mikemine1
I've been thinking about the money running out, a bit worried actually, but reading much about the growing, if not established, realisation that renewables need storage to make any sense, I am confident that IES will not just fold. There must be a growing awareness among funds that there is a huge opportunity for a multi-increase in storage and that means profits somewhere along the line. IMHO IES will seem a decent bet because of the reach it has obtained across many countries and the new generation that Mistral represents. I can't believe that IES will not get the financial backing it will need going forward, I remember Amazon going back lots of times for more money, it was years, to keep going while they were loss making.You would have had to have a strong faith in the concept and Bezos to keep backing the project but wouldn't you have done well. I'm not saying that IES will be valued like Amazon but the same principle applies I reckon.
Posted at 26/4/2024 11:27 by hope1815
While researching IES I came across this 23 April 2024 -

CleanTech Strategies Selected by U.S. Department of Energy to Advance Innovations in Flow Batteries, with Close Industry Collaboration-


Reading the Article I find IES partners mentioned and projects on going which is pleasant to know.

Happy Investing
Posted at 15/4/2024 10:49 by mikemine1
Looking beyond today's RNS, if the negotiations are successful in the way IES indicate, what does that mean for IES and the SP? IMHO it means the Market would view IES as being safe from collapse at the very least and that would be very positive for the share price The danger of financial collapse is an ever present risk with these small loss making companies so to have the support of more established partners would lead to a re-rating of the share price Certainly some upfront money from said partners wouldn't hurt either.

IES has a certain amount of manufacturing capacity already. Would they sell that on to one of the partners to get things moving quicker or would they retain it to develop their market themselves? Either way I can see money and security coming to IES without further dilution. It's all to play for.
Posted at 10/4/2024 10:11 by hope1815
With any company when there is a lack of RNS etc, you look elsewhere to see how things are moving from previous announcements.

IES has attended and will be attending Venues etc around the world in the coming few months.

The DOE in the USA has committed funding towards 5/6 projects that are continuing.

Mistral has moved onto the Commercial phase of operations.

Infinity Energy Systems quoting job adverts

Partnering Projects have been announced in the last few weeks via news in the EU which have been completed.

The strategic partnership process can take longer but that has been announced. People seem to consider a deadline. I consider this foolish like all companies they say via RNS and it is taken as Gospel ( the wording was ESTIMATES)

I have mentioned the News above, with any company patience is needed. I look medium to long-term and if you think IES is the only company that says things and misses targets.

I have done the research and followed news sources even trivial stories. At the end of the day, it is simple you Invest and wait BUT do not complain when things do not move as you expect them to. Companies can not control the circumstances they change.
Posted at 09/2/2024 13:04 by greenmachine2
#5975 post Robertspc1. I share your scepticism of whom will provide the funding. I recall that robertspc1 indicated that they had sold a big chunk of their holding, maybe all of it, last year.

Siemens-Gamesa are recovering from problems with quality of components with their wind turbines and surely will be cautious to fund much more of IES's Mistral. No directors of IES ever buy in the market outside of tiny sums in open offers.

Lithium Iron Phosphate battery prices are falling further this year (2024) and they are more difficult catch fire with thermal runaway, unlike Li Ion ones. No new orders have been announced to the market from IES for some time and lots of MWh/MWh announcements are needed that are profitable for IES to have that reflected in a growing share price.
Mechanisms for longer duration storage are still in the planning stages in the UK and elsewhere I believe. LDES and revenue stacking from different kinds of grid support for flow batteries is IES area for selling. Even grid congestion that is growing on many grids including UK has failed to inspire the siting of our batteries on any large scale as far as I can see.

I am a shareholder with an averaged net buy price in the 4Op plus region.

Some might say negative posts are not the thing to do if you own the stock, but reality of the risks of IES shares is important to consider. I sold my open offer (32p) shares at about 50p. I then bought more at 40p. Armed with my assessment of a range of considerations that I used to write this today, it would be difficult for me to justify buying even at the current price about 25p.

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